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Class: MissingScopesError

core.MissingScopesError

Throw this error if the user needs to re-authenticate to gain OAuth scopes that have been added to the pack since their connection was created, or scopes that are specific to a certain formula. This is useful because Coda will always attempt to execute a formula even if a user has not yet re-authenticated with all relevant scopes.

You don't always need to throw this specific error, as Coda will interpret a 403 (Forbidden) status code error as a MissingScopesError when the user's connection was made without all currently relevant scopes. This error exists because that default behavior is insufficient if the OAuth service does not set a 403 status code (the OAuth spec doesn't specifically require them to, after all).

Example

try {
  let response = context.fetcher.fetch({
    // ...
  });
} catch (error) {
  // Determine if the error is due to missing scopes.
  if (error.statusCode == 400 && error.body?.message.includes("permission")) {
    throw new coda.MissingScopesError();
  }
  // Else handle or throw the error as normal.
}

See

Hierarchy

  • Error

MissingScopesError

Properties

name

name: string = 'MissingScopesError'

The name of the error, for identification purposes.

Overrides

Error.name

Defined in

api.ts:189

Methods

isMissingScopesError

Static isMissingScopesError(err): err is MissingScopesError

Returns if the error is an instance of MissingScopesError. Note that instanceof may not work.

Parameters

Name Type
err any

Returns

err is MissingScopesError

Defined in

api.ts:197